Welcome to Bay Tree Guest House
Located in the quiet and leafy suburb of Bailey’s Muckleneuk (generally regarded as a part of Brooklyn), Pretoria, on a wide, jacaranda-lined street on the Gautrain bus route, Bay Tree Guest House offers four-star accommodation in seven spacious en suite rooms.
Bay Tree’s central location offers easy access to the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), numerous embassies and consulates (including the French, German, New Zealand, Korean, Netherlands and other European, African and Asian embassies), several hospitals, including Zuid-Afrikaans, Jakaranda and Life Groenkloof (previously Little Company of Mary), Pretoria Advocates Chambers, the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS), and the South African Council for the Blind (SANCB) and Optima college. It is close to both the University of Pretoria (Tuks) and the University of South Africa (Unisa), as well as the offices of the Auditor-General and the South African Revenue Service (SARS).
Nearby visitor attractions include Loftus Versfeld Stadium, the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, the Union Buildings, Voortrekker Monument and popular Brooklyn Mall, as well as many top-class restaurants and cafés.
Key Amenities Include
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the residence
- Solar Power during loadshedding (no noise, no fumes)
- Seven air conditioned en suite rooms; some with self-catering facilities
- DSTV in all rooms (guest house package)
- Safe, off-street parking
- Swimming pool and lapa area
- Beautiful gardens filled with cycads, clivias and orchids
- Optional full English breakfast
- Dinner on request
- Laundry facilities on request
- Early check-in and late check-out on request
- Easy access to major highways (N1 and N4)
- Gautrain bus route access – 100m from the nearest bus stop
Such a lovely and quaint place. A real homey feel. Owners are such lovely, friendly people. Very accommodating. Really felt at home. Breakfast in the morning was delicious. Would definitely go back there.
Stayed March 2016, travelled on business
Reviewed 27 April 2015
Stayed there with my partner as he had ceremonies to attend at the University. Always came back to a clean room and breakfast at only R50 extra each morning was a bargain and definitley money’s worth! We both loved the extra little things that were added which just made it even better. We will definitely be staying there every time we travel back to that part of Pretoria.
Stayed April 2015, travelled as a couple
Very warm welcome after a long flight, tea, coffee, water, while the kids enjoyed the refreshing pool in the garden. Friendly owners, good tips on restaurants, we ended up in Blue Crane restaurant, closeby, nice outside dining overlooking the bird reserve. Breakfast the next morning was great too before driving to Phalaborwa.
Stayed December 2015, travelled with family